Monthly Archives: March 2004

Novell dumping the Netware brand

Novell moves beyond NetWare However, NetWare 6.5 will indeed be the last operating system that customers can buy under that brand name. And Novell’s next-generation operating system – Open Enterprise Server (OES), which includes NetWare and Linux kernels – will … Continue reading

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Brainshare Day 4: I think I have been brainstuffed

After a semi-grueling day of 6 sessions (raising the week total to 18 sessions attended), I am much more confident with Imanager and Identity Manager 2 (IdM2) future implementations. TUT265 Troubleshooting IdM2 delved in what methodology Novell’s worldwide support is … Continue reading

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Brainshare Day 3

My class schedule for the day: 11:00am TUT105 Hands On: Implementing Identity Manager 2 2:15pm TUT353 Novell iManager Advanced Configuration 3:45pm TUT316 Building Nterprise Deployment Using Netware 6.5 All three classes were very good. Particularly interesting were the new deployment … Continue reading

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Wednesday Keynote

IBM manager of Linux released a number of new statistics showing hockey stick growth. The Zenworks team also demo’ed the Patchlink product as well – too bad they are 6 months for us. I am testing SharpMT pocket due to … Continue reading

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Kepler "Eve" project

Interesting disclosure: The Destiny project now has an actual product being developed out of it. It is called the Kepler project, affectionately called “Eve: ADAM killer” by the strategic archietect for Destiny Project. It is to fill the role that … Continue reading

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Hampton Inn Internet frustration continues – Brainshare Day 2

The problems with wireless Internet continues at Hampton Inn in Salt Lake City downtown. Yesterday they changed the SSID on the residents and failed to inform them. After being flaky all night, the DHCP server stopped allocating IP leases. It … Continue reading

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Brainshare Cancel #1

So much for my first session of the day – eDirectory Future, it got cancelled. It gave me time nevertheless to practice for the Halo and Unreal 2004 tournaments, and check into work to get caught up on my e-mail … Continue reading

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Traveling word to the wise

If you realize that your ringer on the phone has been shut off, do not expect your wakeup call to work.

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My Brainshare sessions today

Tut181 – Hot Tools with Laura Chappell – This was my first opportunity to have a session with Laura Chappell, and I must admit I was not totally in agreement with her methods. I do not remember signing authorization that … Continue reading

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My view on Chris Stone Brainshare speech

It was quite apparent where Chris Stone wanted to go with the Netware Services platform from his speech. Although he said all the right things in regards to continued support for Netware, it was pretty evident to the both of … Continue reading

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